Take it for what it's worth Ride Report WR450 2008 1. GYTR kit in place with the 45 leak jet. 2. JD Jetting Kit for 3,000 to 5,000 feet. 165 Main and 48 PJ with red needle in the fourth clip. 3. Gray wire gonzo. With the GYTR kit and JD Jetting the bike was on the spot. In fact this has been the best jetted WR that I have owned (426, 250 and 03 450). The bottom end is good. It is not as friendly on the tight, rocky technical sections as the KTM. It is more friendly by far over the 426 and the 03 450 in the technical. The power hits harder than the KTM from mid to top. The top end does not feel like it hit as hard as my 426, but it is definitely more controllable. The power is really smooth. My KTM had a smooth delivery of power and this is very close to it. The spedo is awesome. It is not operated by magnetics; however, it has a digital display. The magnetic ones like I had on my KTM worked off and on, mostly off. The bike is quiet with the small insert removed. I have a GYTR 96 decibel insert on the way. I love the kickstand. It is far better over my KTM. If I had to pick a weak point of the WR, I would say the radiators are too small. I wish they would have beefed them up like Yamaha had done in the past. I hope someone will sell a bigger aftermarket one. Overall, I am happy in going back to a WR. Does anyone know why Yamaha put the electronics in the rear side panel and not near the front? I am thinking about moving it up there. A tugger is a must. There is nowhere to get a handle on the bike to lift the back tire around.